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SuffolkNews Podcast: Haverhill garage break-in victim feels 'let down by police' and family 'bewildered' by doubled burial and interment charges for non-Sudbury residents

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In today's podcast, we have the news that a man who had two motorbikes and other items stolen from the garage where he stored them has criticised the message being given out by police after they failed to attend the crime scene or carry out any forensic checks.

Sometime overnight between Monday, November 8, and 8am the next day the garage in Parkside, Haverhill, was broken into and two trial bikes, a Beta Techno Dougie Lampkin replica 1998 250cc and Fantic TX250 125cc (1980 model), along with a Snap-On toolbox, Halfords socket set and a pair of motorcycling boots were stolen.

Increased charges to bury non-Sudbury residents at the town’s cemetery have come under fire after a family voiced outrage at the cost of interring their relative’s ashes to an existing grave.


Staff sickness at the region's ambulance trust has exceeded 10 per cent, according to new figures - prompting increased mental health and physiotherapy support for under-pressure workers.

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